Parents. Without them, we wouldn’t be on this earth. They are the ones that lead by example, teach us how to live, and so much more.
My mind drifted back to the time of my childhood – when the Gospel seeds were being sowed in my heart years before I came to know Jesus.
When is a time you’ve felt really happy recently? Pause for a minute and think. Joy is something that lives inside all of us, Let me explain.
Doesn’t it seem like society’s standards for women in this day and age are against us? Welcome back to Ruth Part Two: Bravery.
Loyalty doesn’t always have to be a big showy thing. Sometimes it’s as simple as obedience. Welcome to Ruth Part One: Loyalty.
Our weaknesses can make us feel too insignificant to do something for Jesus. But we don’t have to be perfect to be used to bring Him glory.
Amy Carmichael, an Irish missionary woman, had come to India to share the gospel. She left us a rich legacy of a life of service. There are a multitude of lessons we can glean from her life, and today I want to share three with you.
What does it mean to guard my mind? If our mind is so important, how can we be good stewards of it? How do we use it for God’s glory?
Reading the Bible. You want to, but you don’t know what to read or even where to start. Has this happened to you? It’s sure happened to me.
Hello again, Roses! Beth Cordle here, bringing you Part Two of our Interviews With Wise Women. I hope you were all blessed by Part One and that this final installment …